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Gelish PolyGel Nail Enhancement is Not a Hard Gel or Acrylic

Jamie Newman | June 7, 2017 | 2:26 PM
PolyGel worn by MODERN's Jamie Newman.

Created especially for the professional nail technician, Gelish has combined the best qualities of both liquid and powder acrylics and LED hard gels in a new patent-pending formula called PolyGel. PolyGel is a breakthrough nail enhancement that can be applied as an overlay or used to sculpt a full set of nails.

“The future has arrived with Gelish PolyGel,” says Danny Haile, CEO and Founder of Gelish Soak-Off Gel Polish.

The enhancement formula delivers strong, flexible, feather light nails that nail technicians and clients can count on. Once applied, PolyGel is astonishingly light on clients and stronger than hard gels. It is 23% lighter than acrylics and 16% lighter than traditional hard gels creating strong, natural feeling nails with no sacrifice to durability. Supreme adhesion means no lifting or separation during wear. 

PolyGel is an all-in-one formula created with the perfect working consistency. There are no monomers, no mixing, and no ratios needed. The premixed formula only needs to be smoothed and guided into place with a brush moistened with our PolyGel Slip Solution Liquid.

The formula is monomer free and 7-Free, with no airborne dust upon application. And, as you can see in the video below, there is no chasing or running on application. Nail techs have unlimited play time because PolyGel doesn’t set until it is cured.

In three simple steps, nail techs can pick up their product, smooth it into place, and cure in an LED light. Convenient squeeze tubes take the guesswork out of application. Achieve 30-50 sets per tube depending on sculpt or overlay application.

Available in opaque and sheer shades.

Watch the video below to see Gelish's Vu Nguyen demonstrate applying PolyGel on MODERN's Jamie Newman at Premiere Orlando 2017. 

 

Originally posted on Modern Salon.

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